Mike Marshall Rare Cy Young Winner Signed Letter Circa 1967-68 Tigers Dodgers Pilots

Marshall won the National League Cy Young Award in 1974 as a member of the Dodgers as well as being named the NL Pitcher of the Year by The Sporting News. He set a Major League record for most appearances by a relief pitcher in 1974, appearing in 106 games. He was a member of the National League All Star Team in 1974 and 1975. Marshall was also named Fireman of the Year by TSN with three different teams: in the NL in 1973 with the Montreal Expos and 1974 with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and a third time in 1979 in the American League with the Minnesota Twins (sharing the award with Jim Kern). He was voted the Montreal Expos Player of the Year in 1972 and 1973 and was also an original member of the Seattle Pilots.

For years, Marshall has refused to sign autographs outside of a couple of autograph signings with legendary autograph dealers, Jim Stinson and Bill Corcoran.

Offered is a handwritten letter written to a front office member of the Detroit Tigers letting them know that he would be playing winter ball in Puerto Rico for the Mayaguez Baseball Club.  Signed in full in ballpoint pen. 

Super duper RARE!!!



Item: 10459

Price: $595.00
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Mike Marshall Rare Cy Young Winner Signed Letter Circa 1967-68 Tigers Dodgers Pilots